NFL journeyman kicker Billy Cundiff will try to make it back on the Cleveland Browns.
Mary Kay Cabot, beat writer for the Cleveland Plain Dealer, reported on Twitter that Cundiff will be working out with the team on Tuesday.
So, it’s good news for K Billy Cundiff, who will come to Cleveland tomorrow for #Browns tryout. There might be others too tho.
— Mary Kay Cabot (@MaryKayCabot) September 2, 2013
Cundiff last played with the Browns back in 2009 when he took over for an injured Phil Dawson on September 26th. He was the team’s second choice as Matt Stover didn’t want to sign with the team.
He made all six of his field goal attempts, but his stay was brief after being waived on November 3rd of that year. He was picked up by the Balimore Ravens a week later, where he would stay until he missed a crucial field goal against the New England Patriots in the 2012 AFC Championship game.
That would be his second-longest stay with one team in the NFL; he spent three years with the Dallas Cowboys after being picked up as an undrafted free agent.
Cundiff has signed with 12 different teams in the NFL.